Pegasus 88 World's First 3D-Printed Superyacht
Jozeph Forakis, founder and creative director of CL Yachts, unveils Pegasus 88, the world’s first 3D-printed superyacht. More specifically, the superyacht’s mesh framework for both the hull and superstructure were 3D-printed, making them extremely strong as well as lightweight. Plus, it’s powered by a solar-electric and hydrogen propulsion system.

Van Geest Domus Solar Electric Trimaran
Van Geest Design’s Domus, named after the single-story homes found in ancient Rome, is essentially a solar-electric trimaran that has the space of a catamaran, but with superyacht luxuries. At 130-feet, it features an interior that spans nearly 8,500-square-feet and consists of an interior split between two decks, including six guest cabins as well as two owner’s suites.

Posterity Superyacht
Photo credit: Jay Aberdoni via Robb Report
If money is no object, and you’ve always wanted a superyacht with an all-glass library that overlooks the water, then look no further than Posterity. Created by Jay Aberdoni, former designer at Alberto Mancini Yacht Design, it boasts a layout that seemingly flows inside and out seamlessly, eliminating walls while still providing private spaces.